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Guide for Reviewers

G. Kent Fellows, Daniel J Dutton & Aidan Hollis
The School of Public Policy Publications, Vol 11 (2018)

Energy, trade and geopolitics in Asia: The implications for Canada

Jeffrey B. Kucharski
Canada’s growing interest in trade with countries in the Indo-Pacific region corresponds with an ominous growth in geopolitical instability and insecurity in that part of the globe. With Indo-Pacific hunger for oil expected to soar – especially in China, where demand will translate to 80 per cent of imports in 10 years – Canada needs to develop policies to deal with the region’s turbulent realities. The Indo-Pacific comprises countries in South Asia and Southeast Asia,...

Energy, trade and geopolitics in Asia: The implications for Canada

Jeffrey B. Kucharski
Canada’s growing interest in trade with countries in the Indo-Pacific region corresponds with an ominous growth in geopolitical instability and insecurity in that part of the globe. With Indo-Pacific hunger for oil expected to soar – especially in China, where demand will translate to 80 per cent of imports in 10 years – Canada needs to develop policies to deal with the region’s turbulent realities. The Indo-Pacific comprises countries in South Asia and Southeast Asia,...

SPP Guide for Reviewers

Brian Livingston
The School of Public Policy Publications, Vol 11 (2018)

Where in the World are Canadian Oil and Gas Companies? 2012

Niloo Hojjati & Braeden Larson
Begun in 2011 as an internal research tool for the development of the Extractive Resource Governance Program, this study seeks to answer the vital question: Where in the world are Canadian oil and gas companies? To answer this question, we extract firm-level information from publicly traded Canadian companies in order to establish the location of their activities around the globe.1 The data collected in the “Where in the World” (hereafter WIW) project are presented through...

Energy and Environmental Policy Trends: The Growing Opportunity for LNG in China

Jennifer Winter
THE GROWING OPPORTUNITY FOR LNG IN CHINA Natural gas consumption in China has been growing rapidly since 2006 and was 237 billion cubic metres in 2017. Domestic natural gas production has not kept pace, leaving substantial opportunity for LNG importers. In 2016 the Chinese National Development and Reform Commission released the 13th Five-Year Plan for the Natural Gas Industry, which set a goal of natural gas accounting for 10% of total primary energy consumption by...

Reflections on academic integrity and academic dishonesty: How did we get here, and how do we get out?

Rachael Ileh Edino
In this article, I present a reflection based on my professional experience as a teacher and supervisor of national Grade 12 examination required as the first step for admission into post-secondary institutions in Nigeria, as well as experience as a doctoral student and graduate research assistant supporting a research grant on academic integrity in a Canadian University. I highlighted the natural reaction of the society when one is perceived to have engaged in a dishonest...

The Potential for Canadian LNG Exports to Europe

Jennifer Winter, Sarah Dobson, G. Kent Fellows, Dexter Lam & Paul Craig
Offering numerous ports with the shortest shipping distances to Europe from North America, Eastern Canada has the potential to be a player in the European liquefied natural gas (LNG) market. However, the slower-moving nature of proposed projects on Canada’s East Coast, combined with a glut of global LNG liquefaction capacity, means it will likely be difficult for Canadian projects to gain a foothold in the market in the near term. As just one player in...

North American Free Trade Under Attack: Newsprint is just the tip of the iceberg

Eugene Beaulieu
Canada is now getting a good look at just how aggressively protectionist the Trump administration in the U.S. is ready to act. It has hit Canadian newsprint exports with punishing tariffs based on unjustified claims that the Canadian industry is both subsidized and dumping product below fair-market value into the U.S. marketplace. This latest trade skirmish, following President Donald Trump’s demands to renegotiate NAFTA, American-instigated trade challenges to Canadian exports of softwood lumber (yet again)...

Environmental decisions in ambient intelligent environments

Gabriel Becerra Ayala
Bibliography: p. 77-82

Simulation in laparoscopic surgery training: a meta-analysis

Azzam S. Al-Kadi
Bibliography: p. 72-83

The flexible projection framework

John David Lynn Brosz
Bibliography: p. 194-200

Resource inventory and management plan for the Nyika National Park, Malawi

Thomas A. Mill
Bibliography: p. 142-150.

A md simulation study of self-assembly in metal-organic framework materials: a proof of principle

Debasmita Biswal
Bibliography: p. 88-93

The relationship between personality predispositions and timely task completion

Caroline Manchot
Bibliography: p. 100-109

Responsible consumption and design for sustainability

Anne Marchand
Bibliography: p. 137-151

Detection of object's characteristics for mobile robot slam in dynamic environments

Pedro Manuel Zapata Loria
Bibliography: p. 108-118

Situating power and knowledge in adolescent (mental) health promotion

Carol J. Ewashen
Bibliography : p. 242-260

Story lines: disruptive erotics in the prose poem

Nicole Markotic
Bibliography: p. 288-299.

Subcellular localization and isoelectric points of urotension I and II

Bruce Douglas Horne
Bibliography: p. 102-116.

Anxiety and volunteers

George William Fitzsimmons
Bibliography: p. 48-56.

Canmore corridor regional trails plan

Robert Allan McCully
Bibliography: p. 160-171.

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